Oudna
Uthina, Tunisia
Once a Berber settlement, Uthina became one of the oldest Roman colonies in North Africa. It was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD. The archaeological site has several ancient constructions including villas, public and private baths, a theater, an amphitheater built in the 2nd century AD, and a capitol. 
Location
Uthina, Tunisia
Site Contains
Style Periods
Variant Names
Uthina
Formerly known as
Oudna
Ūdna
Alternate transliteration
Udna
Alternate transliteration
Materials/Techniques
stone
Keywords
ruins
extinct cities